'Farmer-Fishermen' (1948) 15m, dir. Ronald Craigen. Narrated in the first-person, a boy's narration of fishing culture in Norway. The boy and father return to farm during warm months, and he and his sister tend flocks for the summer in a mountain hut, away from their parents. Many other adolescents do the same, making for great camaraderie in the mountains. Net mending, potato planting, weaving, etc. Scenes from Bergen, and village of Floro. From Louis de Rochemont's 'Earth and Its People' series.
Run time 20:30Producer Ronald CraigenProduction Company United WorldSponsor Andrew LowdAudio/Visual sound, B&W